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Spare a thought for staff at O`Neill`s and the Tyneside Irish Club who`ll be rushed off their feet come July 26th, as Celtic are lined up to play Sam`s side at St James` in our usual 'glamour` friendly. Expect more Buckfast battering Sweaties signing sectarian songs in and outside of our boozers. Oh joy.

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Writer:Ross Molyneux
Date:Saturday May 19 2007
Time: 7:17PM

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You need help to run this site judging by the joker who wrote that piece of crap above...and quickly! I lived down there for a few years and attended many of the mackem smackers games. I made a great many Toon Army friends...and guess what? - they and myself all loved a right good *****-up and a top of our voices singsong. I'll disregard you as a Toon fan..ya fud!
TicV"Establishment"
20/05/2007 02:11:00
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Maybe you could explain exactly what constitutes a "sectarian song"? Many of the so-called Press in Scotland have blinkered and ill-informed views on this matter. I'd be interested to hear your definitive view.
Cheeko
20/05/2007 07:16:00
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So that'll explain why some of the Celtic fans outside Tilleys were singing Celtic Symphony and Boys of the Old Brigade when they came down for Shearer's testimonial last season. Both you and Rangers are just as bad as each other when you come down over the border.
BaldEagle
20/05/2007 12:02:00
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You'll be a closet Rangers fan then Bald Eagle - how it must rankle that Celtic are so far ahead of them, not just on the park, but financially and infrastructure-wise as well. Hope you have an enjoyable experience on July 26 - but then you probably won't be there. Also noticed the source of the opening story has decided not to comment on my previous request - maybe looking up the meaning in Wikipedia?
Cheeko
20/05/2007 12:14:00
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The total opposite in fact Cheeko, Rangers are about as tolerable as a dose of the clap. They too disgraced themselves when they came down for the Newcastle Gateshead cup two years ago, driving around playing flute and marching music out their cars and singing about Building Gallows High and Bobby Sands, calling Shearer a Fenian ******** because the day's papers were linking him with a move to yourselves and generally acting like a bunch of *****ed up vagrants. Gretna are the pride of Scotland.
BaldEagle
20/05/2007 20:16:00
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I thought Celtic were immaculate for Shearer's testimonial. Good banter. They do take the games quite seriously though.
SirLes
20/05/2007 22:46:00
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Was thinkin about comin down for the game, as I'd never been to a Toon game before - as I also thought Newcastle and Hoops fans got on well. May avoid it though if author Ross' (uneducated) views are the general view. Shame that. Was lookin forward to it. And for someone to say "one's as bad as the other" - you really are showin yourself up - totally ignorant of the FACTS
Gerrybhoy1888
21/05/2007 15:12:00
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